A town with an important past and a living tradition, all to be discovered, with places of worship and pleasant food festivals

The town is nestled on the confluence of the Sturla valley with the Mezzanego valley, in the Lavagna hinterland; its past is linked to the Fieschi influence. You can spend moments of meditation among its castles and places of worship such as the ancient Assunta church, dating back to 1272, and the Nostra Signora del Carmine church, which houses a precious painting by Perin del Vaga. This village is very devoted to faith, as evidenced by the Madonna di Caravaggio celebrations. Furthermore, you can enjoy the deep-rooted food traditions and taste the flavour of this land. Do not miss the chestnut festival, a typical party celebrating this wood product.

What to see: Santa Maria Assunta church, Santa Maria della Neve church